Review: Solaris 10 goes after Linux

Review: Solaris 10 goes after Linux

Sun Microsystems Inc. is gunning for some of Linux’s rising popularity in the enterprise with the newest release of its...

March 17th, 2005 Thomas Henderson

Avaya beefs up modular messaging software

Avaya beefs up modular messaging software

Avaya Inc.’s recently released Modular Messaging 2.0, allows users to access their voice mail through Outlook or Lotus Notes. One...

February 17th, 2005 Vanessa Ho

Cisco unveils switches, software for SMBs

Cisco unveils switches, software for SMBs

Cisco Systems Inc. on Monday is set to take aim at small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) that have growing needs...

September 26th, 2004 Stephen Lawson

Solutions briefs

Solutions briefs

CA boosts backupComputer Associates International Inc. recently released a new version of its Brightstor ARCserv Backup software designed to speed...

February 26th, 2004 Michael Martin

IBM moves uptown with NAS gateway

IBM moves uptown with NAS gateway

IBM Corp.'s customers think big when it comes to network-attached storage (NAS), so the company is scaling up with its...

January 26th, 2004 Stephen Lawson

Blades are still set to be the platform of the future

Blades are still set to be the platform of the future

Earlier this year, I predicted that the communications platform of the future would be the blade server. My prediction is...

November 27th, 2003 Frank Dzubeck

Rudder on Longhorn, Indigo, Web services

Rudder on Longhorn, Indigo, Web services

Eric Rudder, senior vice president of servers and tools at Microsoft Corp., declined to nail down a time frame for...

November 6th, 2003 Carol Sliwa

PDC: Rudder on Longhorn, Indigo, Web services

PDC: Rudder on Longhorn, Indigo, Web services

Eric Rudder, senior vice-president of servers and tools at Microsoft Corp., declined to nail down a time frame for Longhorn,...

November 4th, 2003 Carol Sliwa

Network chip makers align for faster gear

Network chip makers align for faster gear

Several makers of components that go into networking equipment have agreed on a specification for high-speed communication among their chips,...

October 7th, 2003 Stephen Lawson